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Oct 29, 2013 1:00pm EDT
rob brown of "finding forester" say they were stopped by police after purchasing luxury items at the store. new york attorney general eric snyderman asking the retailers to provide information about their policies by this friday. here's what he wrote in a letter to macy's. quote, under state and local civil rights laws, racial discrimination in places of public accommodation including retail stores such as macy's, is prohibited. joining us is robert mccree, professor of protection management at john jay college of criminal justice. nice to have you here. >> glad to be here, sue. >> retail has a tough job. they have to fight shoplifting, fight all sorts of issues. however, it does seem as though these situations are happening more often and we've seen three of these situation s alleging credit card fraud in the last three days. what do you make of the cases as you know them now? >> the words i heard a minute ago, racial profiling, are not appropriate to this circumstance at all. this is not racial profiling. this is reacting to transactional problems. in the two cases at barne
Nov 4, 2013 1:00pm EST
career prosecutors to my right who have made today possible ar lo brown, antonio apps and john zac, they're handling the prosecution on the criminal side. also christine magdo and mikea smith for their work on the forfeiture assets of the case and sharon cohen levin. let me take just a couple of minutes to go through and talk about the particulars of today's agreement with the sac capital companies. let me first make clear we are -- what we are announcing today is that the government and the defendants have reached an agreement with one another. it is now for the courts to independently consider those agreements and the agreements between the parties have no affect unless and until the courts grant approval. the main features of the agreements are fairly straightforward and summarized in a chart to my right. if you take a look. as you know, on the indictment filed on july 25th there were five counts. in the dimts. the total [ inaudible ]. >> we cannot hear you -- >> i will try to speak as loud as i can. >> the total penalties are $1.8 billion. they are divided as follows according to [ i
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